Retire on your own terms
Retirement should be the start of a new chapter in your life – perhaps the most exciting of all. The big question, of course, is how you pay for it without a regular pay cheque.
New rules to benefit those downsizing for retirement
Australians aged 65 and over who are downsizing for retirement can now contribute the proceeds from the sale of their main residence (up to $300,000) into super.
Who is the boss of your super?
It’s tempting not to think too much about your super when retirement is still a long way off. After all, it’s growing just fine by itself … right?
Superannuation and separation: Who keeps the money?
A divorce from your husband or wife, or a separation from your de facto, could mean a division of your assets and debts, whether they’re held separately or together, and superannuation is no exception.